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Leaders in oil and gas are transforming how they operate to anticipate innovative forms of upstream energy, government regulation, energy transition, and digital disruption. Explore BCG’s latest thought leadership on oil and gas for insights into the challenges and opportunities facing the industry.

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Upstream Oil & Gas

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Oil & Gas Investor Survey

Despite maintaining a positive outlook on future demand, investors want the O&G industry to meet emissions reduction targets and seek green portfolio alternatives.

Digital in Oil & Gas

Energy Transition

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The Green Tech Opportunity in Hydrogen

Hydrogen is on the verge of becoming instrumental in the fight against climate change—and providing a $200 billion revenue opportunity for machinery makers.

How Carbon Capture Networks Could Help Curb Climate Change

Can we create a global waste disposal service for carbon? BCG Managing Director & Partner Bas Sudmeijer proposes building networks to trap CO2 emissions deep in the earth, giving us a shot at stalling climate change.

A New Course for Climate in the US?

President Joe Biden has proposed the most ambitious climate policy in American history. How should companies get ready for the changes that are coming?

Decommissioning

Strategies for Natural Gas & LNG

2019 Global Gas Report

This report, coproduced by BCG and the International Gas Union, assesses recent trends shaping today’s global gas industry and the factors that will affect the market in the future.

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Disruption Coming to Your Home: Decentralized Solar Generation in Brazil

Decentralized Solar Generation is already a reality in Brazil, and should show a high growth in the next years - due to the high solar irradiation economic incentives (explicit or not) for users to adopt this solution. We describe possible scenarios for future adoption, and suggest possible patterns of response by utilities.

Downstream: Refining & Petrochemicals

Strategies in Fuel Commercialization

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Is There a Future for Service Stations?

Powerful forces—including the rise of electric vehicles and changing consumer expectations—are buffeting fuel retailers. Companies must adapt or risk becoming irrelevant.

Commodity Trading & Risk Management

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